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Old 11-12-2015, 07:16 AM
 
Location: Oak Hill
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About 2 years ago I started my job as a senior engineer.
About a year ago, my boss, the director, said he needed help with managing the group and promoted me to manager.
About 2 months ago, my boss told me that he wanted me to be back to an engineer.

For this and other reasons I started looking for a new job. Since my role is now engineer again and I was kinda doing that anyway (less managing and more engineering) for now 2 years I put that as my title on my resume. However, HR has not caught up and still as my title as manager in their system.

I have received an offer the job pending background checks. I'm worried about they will check my current employer and it was a manager even though my role is engineer. I have to give notice but I'm afraid to if I come back and that there's a discrepancy we don't want you anymore and then I'm out of a job. It's not a discrepancy because it's true its just HR has not caught up with the rollback of title.

What should I do? What will they check current employer for?
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Old 11-12-2015, 08:22 AM
 
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why would the new company care? If it comes up you can say they needed extra help with the management side but you still did engineering work. I wouldn't be concerned.. Now if you said you were a manager, when you had just been an engineer that might pose a problem.
but to answer your question they will typically ask employment dates, title, pay rate and if there are any comments about you
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Old 11-12-2015, 09:25 AM
 
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They are probably just looking to conform dates of employment rather than job titles. As long as you were actually employed there during the time you listed I wouldn't worry about it.
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